Moving towards future plans

When starting something new, whilst it’s great to have a long term strategy, it is also important to focus on the present.

The last thing thing you want to do is get overwhelmed or distracted with where you want to be in a few years time.

The long term strategy gives you something to focus on and can help you figure out what you need to be doing day to day in order to achieve the bigger goal.

But what can end up happening is that you’re so focused on the little things you’re doing each day that you aren’t actually moving any closer to your goal.

And so it’s important to ensure that you regularly check in to keep things moving forward.

How it feels when it finally happens

When you’ve spent weeks, months or year working towards something it might feel strange when it finally happens.

The thing is often when we want something as much as we think about getting it, we don’t truly consider how it will actually feel.

Of course you’ll be happy but our thought process doesn’t always go beyond that.

I suppose it’s because there’s no real way of knowing how you’ll feel.

There will be times when you’ll work towards something but don’t feel happy, excited or even particularly pleased when you get it. Whereas other times you’re overjoyed with the things you’ve managed to achieve.

I think how you feel in the end depends on things like how long it took to a achieve, whether you still truly wanted it and how much it impacts your life.

In search of the next big thing

Setting goals achieving them but always wanting more because you’re never satisfied.

I’ve often found that when I achieve something I’ve been working towards it never feels as good as I thought it would.

I just move on to the next big thing.

It’s as though as soon as I attain the thing I want it’s no longer a big deal because if I can get A then I want B and C.

But the problem with always being in search of the next big thing is that you might just be forever dissatisfied.

And maybe you feel that way because you don’t really know what you’re chasing.

Are you doing things you never thought you could do just to prove you can? Or is it because you want to make an offering or leave a legacy?

Whatever you’re reason might be, it’s definitely worth having one.